This holy season is an invitation to deepen our relationship with God. On Wednesday evenings during Lent, co-hosted by the Justice & Peace and Hospitality Committees, we will celebrate Mass at 6 PM in the Chapel of St. Peter Claver, then share a simple supper in Ignatian Hall with a brief reflection and discussion to provide spiritual nurture in Ignatian tradition. Please join us on March 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th. Click the button below to take you to each Wednesday evenings’ focus, readings, and questions that will be part of the discussion. You will also be able to RSVP for each evening which will allow us to plan for the necessary printed materials and the food for our Simple Suppers we will share together. Our hope is that this portal will allow you to prepare yourself before you arrive. If you don’t get to the readings…come anyway! Continue on to each week’s readings and reflection questions.
Dying to Live: Stories from Refugees on the Road to Freedom
– Sunday, February 16, 2020
On Sunday February 16, St. Ignatius Catholic Community is hosting a Jesuit Relief Services speaker, Danielle Vella. Danielle is JRS’S Reconciliation Program Director, and has written a book entitled Dying to Live: Stories on the Road to Freedom. Co-published by JRS, this book features the stories of refugees from across the globe. READ MORE